Services & Amenities
Ashe Assisted Living is licensed by the State of North Carolina to provide Adult Care personal care services throughout our assisted living building, and is also licensed as a “Special Care Unit (SCU)” in our Memory Care Program for persons with Alzheimer's disease or related disorders. The Memory Care Program is separated by closed doors from the rest of the community, to provide a safe and secure environment designed especially for special care of residents with Alzheimer's Disease or related disorders.
Services included in your rate:
- Use of the unit
- Three (3) meals daily and light snacks. We encourage residents to socialize during mealtimes in our main dining room. Meals can be carried to the unit by Ashe Assisted Living staff upon request and as necessary.
- Scheduled local transportation
- Creative activity programs (Activities scheduled that require a per person charge such as movies, meals out, tours, etc. will be paid for by you as you choose to participate in them).
- Assistance with physician appointment scheduling
- Use of the Staff Call System
- Housekeeping service once a week or more often as we deem necessary
- Bed and bath linen change once a week or more often as we deem necessary
- 24 hour access to staff
- Routine maintenance of unit
- Utilities, except telephones
- Laundry services
- Medication management
- Assistance with Personal Care Tasks
- Partnership with Home Health & Hospice
The Memory Care Program is designed to provide residents with memory impairment assistance with activities of daily living in a home like atmosphere. This assistance is provided in a manner that treats each resident with maximum respect and dignity as well as promoting independence of each resident as an individual. Services are designed to meet the individual needs of each resident on a scheduled and unscheduled basis. Our program involves various team members to ensure that each resident’s needs are being met. In addition to the home’s team members, other members of the team could include, and are not limited to, the resident’s personal physician, family members, friends, and community professionals such as home health care professionals.